VSGi AV Learning Center
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Welcome to VSGi’s audio visual learning center. Here you’ll find helpful information about leveraging the latest innovative audio visual technologies to enhance connection and collaboration in your organization.
Here you’ll find resources from both VSGi’s internal teams and specially curated content from our partners to help you better plan your AV projects and keep your team connected after implementation.
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Now that the pandemic is almost gone, we are seeing some changes in the AV industry. Most restrictions have been lifted, allowing for a return to normalcy. Where does the audiovisual industry stand in this post Covid times?
Returning to work means returning to in-person meetings, but the spaces where people meet are going to look much different. Setting up the post-pandemic conference room is all about raising the bar for a superior user experience for your hybrid workforce. After all, conference calls should be amazing whether you’re in the office or working remotely.
An AV integrator will guide you through the process and bring their expertise to get the right design and features for your business. But that’s only a slice of the cake; this guide walks you through everything great an AV integrator has to offer to your business. So, let’s dive right in!
The modern conference room, as the present world demands, needs to be built for hybrid work and more activities than just meetings. As such, being intentional about making your conference room functional, comfortable, and aesthetically appealing can help you build a killer conference room.
The main goal when implementing video wall technology is to create a unified display, not several individual screens that appear pieced together.